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here at home, police have a brutal homicide investigation on their hands after two people are found dead inside a home. this morning, we hear from one of their loved ones. and it's that time of year..the "life is beautiful" festival is just around the corner...which means some headaches for your commute. more on that in a moment..but first let's get to dayna... breaking overnight... chaos in charlotte, north carolina. sot "they in the trailer.. noo.. they on the back of trailer as we speak right now.!" after a deadly police shooting. more than a dozen police officers have been hurt. protesters smashed police cruisers and blocked traffic on a major interstate. some were seen looting stuff from the back of tractor trailers and setting them on fire. this all started after police shot and killed 43-year-old keith lamont scott yesterday afternoon. police say scott got out of his car, holding a gun and posed a threat. --at this point all we know is there in the apartment complex parking lot this subject gets out with a weapon, they engage
his weapon because of it. investigators say they recovered the weapon that scott was carrying but the man's family says he was disabled, holding a book not a gun and was reading this morning the mayor of charlotte pleading for calm and promising answers thanks dayna.. time now is xxx.. we could have another chance things over to 13 first alert meteorologist greg bennett...
and its one of the biggest-- some major streets in downtown will shut down-- lets show you what we're looking at. this map shows all the road closures that will happen-- there are six phases of road closures in total. what you see shaded in pink-- thats whats happening today-- those closures will be to fremont street between sixth and eleventh-- parts of ogden-- and parts of seventh, eighth, ninth, tenth, eleventh. this of course is all to gear up for this weekends arts and music festival. if you havent been to life is
contained to the concert stages. it will actually span across 18 blocks throughout downtown. the streets will reopen in phases after the festival is done-- thats because some of the art structures take days to take down. mk-- 13an. "he's really gone... like he really is gone like.. and it's hard for me to accept that." families are grieving this morning after a brutal double homicide unfolds at a home near tropicana and paradise. 13 action news reporter parker collins is live in the neighborhood this morning. parker? this is a brutal story... we first caught wind of the tragedy yesterday afternoon... but more details slowly trickled out. witnesses say kelly naples and his wife, robin, were beaten to death by someone they were trying to help.
the beating was staying with the couple after falling on hard times. they claim he was battling drug issues. helene hill says kelly practically adopted her. she describes the pain she's dealing with. (helene hill, sot, 50:21) he touched so many peoples lives. (helene hill, sot 50:48) no matter what surgeries he's ever had car accidents anything he always recovered and he was there again..it's just. it's really over this time. police say one person was taken into custody but they haven't releas identity. reporting live parker collins 13 action news. meanwhile, a teenage boy is dead this morning after crashing his dirtbike at a busy intersection. police tell us the boy was speeding as he approached the intersection at hualapai and alta. he ran a red light and slammed into the door of an s-u-v. officers say the dirt bike wasn't legal for street use. 00:06:45:29- 00:06:58:12 sgt. richard strader from what we're being told by our patrol officers out there, is this has become a problem out here with
a 34-year-old woman driving the s- u-v was taken to umc with minor injuries. this is the 80th deadly crash in metro's jurisdiction this year. time now is x:xx --- coming up.. dozens of neighbors stranded outside for hours as police try arresting a suspect. we'll tell you why they wanted him off the streets. and later in the newscast.. a valley mom claims nobody said anything when her autistic son wen hear what c-c-s-d is saying about
those claims. police continue investigating an armed robbery that happened
yesterday afternoon at owens and hollywood. the victim wasn't hurt but police say the robbers may the suspects may also be connected to a carjacking that happened yesterday morning. meanwhile, we've confirmed the man accused in that double shooting at a parking garage at mccarran was targeting his estranged wife. police say 68-year-old jeffrey brown shot the woman as she was walking to her car with another man. both victims are recovering at sunrise hospital. police caught brown a few hours later at the v-a hospital in north las vegas. he faces 2 counts of attempted
that's the sound of flash bangs during an-hours-long stand off at an apartment near russell and grand canyon last night. police were after a man who they say was involved in a robbery at a convienence store earlier in the day, the suspect had jumped across a counter and stole cash from a store near hacienda and fort apache. police took a person of interest into custody..then caught up with the suspect at the apartment. dozens of waited outside of their homes as police negotiated with the suspect. after several flash bangs and several hours, officers finally went in to make the arrest. a shocking story coming out of texas this morning. a man is accused of using his daughter's hair as a leash. hear what happened when a witness stepped in to help the girl.
our best odd will be from 5am to 8pm today with numerical models indicating a 25% to 35% chance for showers. temperatures climb slightly to range between 85 and 90 degrees with breezy winds between 10 and 20 mph. by tomorrow, winds will be our major concern! by 12pm, a wind advisory will be in place for all of clark county due to gusts reaching between 40 and into the later afternoon and evening. by thursday night into friday morning, gusts could reach up these types of winds can cause trees to topple over, power to go out and possible damage to property due to debris being picked up. low visibility may be an issue too so be careful on the roads. highs start off in the upper 70s and low 80s friday with the mid and upper 80s for the weekend, mild winds and sunny skies. by monday/tuesday we may reach into the lower 90s but for now,
moves into the valley starting to 8pm today with numerical models indicating a 25% to 35% chance for showers. temperatures climb slightly to range between 85 and 90 degrees with breezy winds between 10 and 20 mph. by tomorrow, winds will be our major concern! by 12pm, a wind be in place for all of clark county due to gusts reaching between 40 and 50 mph. our sustained winds throughout the day will range between 15
the later afternoon and evening. by thursday night into friday morning, gusts could reach up to 55 mph within the valley. these types of winds can cause trees to topple over, power to go out and possible damage to picked up. low visibility may be an issue just in time for the weekend. highs start off in the upper by monday/tuesday we may reach into the lower 90s but for now, the official highs will hold to the upper 80s. this picture from a texas wal- mart is spreading across
this morning..and it has alot internet this morning..and it mart is spreading across the internet this morning..and it has alot of people angry. it appears to show a man grabbing his little girl's hair and holding it to the shopping cart as punishment. the woman who snapped the photo says she confronted the man. (erika burch/ witness) "he told me, i grew up just fine and do you see any of her hair missing?"
little girl plead with him to stop. burch claims the girl was being punished for not standing close enough the cart. child protective services is now investigating but no charges have been filed. back here at home.. a mothers says her 7th grade autistic son went missing from school. and she claims she wasn't told about it until days later. it's a story you asked us to investigate. talia-ferro says she's not sure how long her son was outside of talia-ferro says he left the school and ended up at a church across the street. since the boy is doesn't speak, she says nobody told her about what happened until several days later. 12.18.48 someone should have called me 50 someone should have called me, someone should have called his father the clark county school district sent us this statement, saying... "the school's top priority is safety and their prompt action resulted in the student being returned to campus
first time her son has left class. she wants this to be a wake-up call to parents and those with the district. vandalized-sv why judge me for what i have on my property on my house??" a henderson woman's american flag is flying high again after she says it was vandalized and stolen. ashley tindle says the woman you see on your left, saw her pro-police flag hanging on her house..and decided to rip down the american flag hanging above her front door. flag and threw it ground. local truck club "american breed" heard what happened and stepped in to help. they gave ashley two brand new flags and installed a pole. gary gardner, american breed leader "our little motto is one good deed breeds another and if we do something good for someone, maybe they will pass that along or others will see it and it will get passed along" the woman accused of vandalizing the american flag was arrested for petty larceny. she's expected in court this morning.
we can tell you exactly how many steps we've walked. but we can't tell you if it's really helping--until now. the surprising results of a new study migth have you rethinking your gadget. and later... trump's foundation is under the microscope. why a new report claims the gop nominee might be breaking the law. resign.
you should give back the money
investigated. that's massachusetts senator elizabeth warren tearing into wells fargo c-e-o john stumpf. the bank executive appeared before a senate committee on capitol yesterday. warren grilled stumpf over the millions of fake accounts the bank created..which led to the firing of over 53-hundred employees. the senator criticized stumpf for not firing any senior executives linked to the scandal. warren has demanded both the dep to investigate stumpf for his quote--gutless leadership. a new study is questioning the benefit of fitness trackers. abc's kendis gibson and diane macedo have today's tech bytes. < kendis/2sh)) in today's tech bytes... fitness trackers may not help you lose weight. ((diane vo)) a new study finds people using the trackers lost about five pounds less than those who didn't wear them. kendis one possible explanation: seeing their progress led some people to
giving up on your tracker, but not relying on it too much either. kendis/vo)) replacement phones for the galaxy note 7's that can ignite, are available starting today. half a million new samsung smart- phones have arrived in the u-s. ((diane reads)) samsung is also sending out software updates for the note-seven. kendis/wipevo)) and tinder will now help you find your musical match.. with the help of spotify. users can now show off their favorite songs on their profile. ((diane reads)) the profile connects to your spotify account.. so prospective matches can see your most-listened to artists.. kendis/2sh)) those are your tech bytes. ((diane/2sh)) have a great day. > still ahead on good morning las vegas at 5... why didn't the fbi act
the brutal attack the "life is beautiful" festival is just days away.. but road closures are already happening. we'll tell you how to get around it.. and the fbi releases new surveillance video possibly shw bombs in new york. this morning, he's facing several charges. good morning las vegas! the time now is ... let's get started with 13 first alert meteorologist greg
those closures will be to fremont street between sixth and eleventh-- parts of ogden-- and parts of seventh, eighth, ninth, tenth, eleventh. this of course is all to gear up for this weekends arts and music festival. if you havent been to life is beautiful-- the festival isnt just contained to the concert stages. it will actually span across 18 blocks throughout downtown. the streets will reopen in done-- thats because some of the art structures take days to take down. mk-- 13an. new video in overnight of violent protests in charlotte north carolina. protesters stormed a walmart early this morning...breaking the doors...getting away with some electronics. after the store was broken into
this is following the shooting death of 43-year-old keith lamont scott. police say scott had a gun and threatened the officers who eventually opened fire....killing him a brutal double homicide unfolds at a home near tropicana and paradise. and this morning, we're getting clues as to what might've happened. 13 action news reporter parker collins is live in the neighborhood this morning. parker? this is a brutal story... we first caught wind of the tragedy yesterday afternoon... but more details slo witnesses say kelly naples and his wife, robin, were beaten to death by someone they were trying to help. friends say the suspect behind the beating was staying with the couple after falling on hard times. they claim he was battling drug issues. helene hill says kelly practically adopted her. she describes the pain she's dealing with. (helene hills, 51:29) he had drug issues, but my dad didn't judge him he let him stay there until he got on his feet and he kills him like who does that.
into custody but they haven't released that person's identity. reporting live parker collins 13 action news. developing in those east coast bombing attacks. federal officials were warned about suspected bomber ahmad rahami years ago. his own father says he warned the fbi. sot - mohammad rahami / father rahami: "i called the fbi two years ago." reporter: "what did you tell them?" rahami: "i told them you got a connection with the fbi confirms they knew about rahami. investigators say the 28-year-old had been plotting saturday's attacks for months. new surveillance video supposedly shows rahami getting ready to plant the bombs on saturday. he's facing several charges including the use of weapons of mass destruction. in tulsa, oklahoma...the officer who shot and killed an unarmed black man, is telling her side..through her attorney this morning. sot - shelby atty / 3202 shes screaming at him stop stop stop, he walks up to the
attorney's for terence crutcher's family reject that statement. they say video shows there's no way he could've reached for anything because the car windwon was up. meanwhile, tulsa police say they found what they believe is p-c-p in crutcher's car, but are still awaiting tests for confirmation. turning to the race for president.. and this morning, donald is under the microscope. records show the billionaire paid personal debts with money from his charity, which is against the law. many of those payments were reportedly made to settle lawsuits. the gop nominee telling his supporters in north carolina last night... there's nothing wrong with using other people's money. there's nothing like doing things with other people's money because it takes the risk trump was talking about using other nations' money to create safe zones in syria.
require him to pay penalty taxes or reimburse the foundation. just in this morning...trump's campaign is responding to the washington post report on the trump foundation. in a statement they say quote... "there was not, and could not be, any intent or motive for the trump foundation to make improper payments.... the statement goes on to say... "the post' reporting is peppered with inaccuracies and omissions from a biased on distracting attention away from the corrupt clinton foundation." time now is x:xx --- keeping your kids safe in the car..is always a top priority. next...hear how long experts recommend keeping your child in a car seat. plus--we'll tell you a good way to make sure those car seats are safe. greg adlibs a 38 year old man will spend the rest of his life in
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and congressman heck called it "a blip." narrator: in 2008, joe heck called nevada's housing crisis "a blip on the radar." that's just how out of touch joe heck is. narrator: after heck sponsored a bill giving tax breaks to big banks, he took over $500,000 from wall street-- including banks who caused the housing crisis. it's clear what joe heck's priorities are, and families like mine get left behind. narrator: afscme people is responsible for the content of this ad. sentenced yesterday--- after pleading guilty to murdering nathan paet in 2010. he later tried to withdraw his plea... saying he was not the gunman, but that request was denied paet's wife is also serving a life sentence for her part in
life insurance policy.. some new recommendations to keep your baby safe. federal experts are now saying parents should keep children in rear- facing car seats up to age three! the national highway traffic safety administration says it's the safest traveling position for children. another reminder: every manufacturer has a recommended expiration date for their car seats--so it may not be safe to keep passing them down to younger siblings. all of these reminders are passenger safety week. if you have any questions about your child's car seat...stop by sunrise children's hospital this evening between 5:30 and 6:30. they're teaming up with safe kids clark county to host a car seat safety check. certified technicians will be on hand. time now is x:xx --- a video goes viral showing a hallway brawl...
our best odd will be from 5am to 8pm today with numerical models indicating a 25% to 35% chance for showers. temperatures climb slightly to range between 85 and 90 degrees with breezy winds between 10 and 20 mph. by tomorrow, winds will be our advisory will be in place for all of clark county due to gusts reaching between 40 and 50 mph. our sustained winds throughout the day will range between 15 and 30 mph; increase as we move into the later afternoon and evening. by thursday night into friday morning, gusts could reach up to 55 mph within the valley. these types of winds can cause trees to topple over, power to go out and possible damage to property due to debris being picked up. low visibility may be an issue
once we move into friday afternoon, winds die down and a perfect forecast takes over just in time for the weekend. highs start off in the upper 70s and low 80s friday with the mid and upper 80s for the weekend, mild winds and sunny skies. by monday/tuesday we may reach into the lower 90s but for now, the official highs will hold to
a local pastor. walter lock told police he thought his victim was an f-b-i agent following him. walter faced a judge yesterday for the first time. according to his arrest report, lock told police he was being watched 24-7 by federal agents. he claims it was because he had information on some high profile crimes. lock suffers from p-t-s-d from his time in the marine corps. ( sandra lopez / mother ) "my wonderful boy who was killed, and i really...
that is the mother of a u-s marine who was shot outside his girlfriend's home in los angeles last friday. this morning, we've learned that young man passed away after spending several days on life support. loved ones gathered for a candlelight vigil last night to honor 19-year-old carlos segovia. he was on leave from camp his family. police say segovia was just sitting in his car when another vehicle pulled up..and someone fired one shot, hitting him in the head. the shooter is still on the run. a new viral video out of philadelphia shows a high school student and his english teacher going at it. at one point, the teacher puts the student in a headlock. police say it all started when the student was late for class. the two started arguing... and when class ended, fists were raised.
the video. (mary mccoullum/ grandparent) "i mean you don't fight your teacher... when i came from the old school, we listened at the teacher and we did what we had to do. we did what we was told to do." police say the teacher tried to call security from his classroom but couldn't get help. that teacher ended up with stitches. the 16-year-old student has been charged with aggravated assault. the teacher wasn't charged. a runner in utah wouldn't let a half- marathon get in the way of making sure her baby so,the mom whipped out a breast pump and went to work during the race. anna young says she was nervous and felt embarassed at first. but she kept going and some fellow runners started cheering her on. after pumping, young took off and reached the finish line..and her baby. she says her hope is to empower moms to not be afraid to nurse my message behind it is you can still do the things you love after you're a mother and you can still breastfeed your
things your passionate about." thousands of people have shared young's picture on facebook. young says the reaction has taken her by surprise. following the news that has shocked celebrity watchers worldwide, london's madame tussauds confirmed it has separated brad pitt and angelina jolie's figures. the couple's wax figures, which were launched in 2013, have been split up and are now featured distance from each other. angelina is keeping nicole kidman company and brad pitt is with his several time co- star morgan freeman." this first couple has been eliminated on this season of
with the stars... it's topping our look at today's stories now trending... 2:31..jake and jenna...2:38 jake t austin from the disney channel and his partner jenna were the first to be eliminated after just two dances. a kind gesture between friends goes viral...after a texas homecoming king...only to turn his crown over to his friend. max akin was voted king, but said his friend k.l, who has cerebral palsy, is the most positive person he knows..and was more deserving of the title. so he knelt during the homecoming halftime- and gave his crown to k.l. the crowd went wild! you can check out all of the stories that are trending today.. just download our free 13 action news mobile app.
and more. another round of potential rain moves into the valley starting around 5am this morning and will last clear into thursday morning 11am. our best odd will be from 5am to 8pm today with numerical with breezy winds between 10 and 20 mph. by tomorrow, winds will be our major concern! by 12pm, a wind advisory will be in place for the day will range between 15 and 30 mph; increase as we move into the later afternoon and these types of winds can cause trees to topple over, power to go out and possible damage to highs start of i by monday/tuesday we may reach i'm following a lot here in the breaking news center... including those violent protests in charlotte, north
resign. you should give back the money you took while this scam was going on and you should be criminally investigated." warren went onto slam the c-e-o for firing 53-hundred employees, but not letting go of any senior executives linked to the scandal. she also noted how the aggressive sales tactics helped pump up the banks stock price. senator warren wasn't the only one in washington grilling the our own senator dean heller voiced his frustrations with the company's miscoduct. he talked about someone from henderson who reached out to him because they were affected by the scam. 1:26-1:39 "taking responsibility, refunding customers and conducting internal investigations should only be the first step as we plan to fix this mess. accountability, reform and putting your customers' interests first should be wells fargo's top priority. (butted with) 4:02-4:17 "i can surely understand your constituents disappointment and we have a lot of work.
we've been there a long time. i apologize to all of the american people and our customers and we will make it right." wells fargo's c-e-o insists he knew nothing about the account fraud. more scrutiny today for donald trump's foundation....and what it used money for! the washington post is reporting the charitable organization spent more than a quarter million dollars to settle lawsuits against trump's business interests. while on the camp north carolina, trump said he'll force other countries to foot the bill for their problems. :15-:22 i do that all the time in business. it's called other people's money. there's nothing like doing things with other people's money because it takes the risk if the allegations from the washington post are true...trump could be in violation of tax law. new fallout from donald trump junior's tweet comparing refugee's to a bowl of
picture of the candy... is a refugee himself. the photographer says he snapped the photo in 20-10, and posted it on flicker. the man tells abc news he fled from cyprus when he was 6 years old, and moved to london. he's also upset no one from the trump campaign asked for permission to use the picture. the photographer says if he ever talked to donald trump he would ask him to apologize to all syrian refugees. the two biggest races here in nevada 13-action news political analyst jon ralston shows us exclusive 13 action news poll numbers-- in the race for president and u-s senate. 1:54-1:58 "hands up don't shoot! hands up don't shoot!" happening right now at 6-am... police officers in north carolina are increasing patrols-- because they're worried more violent protests could start today. don't shoot!" happening right now at 6-am...
are increasing patrols-- because they're worried more violent protests could start today. it comes in the wake of another fatal police shooting. overnight, at least a dozen officers were hurt during the chaos. one of them was hit in the face with a rock. protesters were blocking highways, setting fires and even looting stores and semi's. a t-v news van was also vandalized, you can see people breaking out the windows. none of the reporters or photographers were hurt. the violent protest came just hours after police there shot and killed a man.